Cassell's Old and new Edinburgh: its history, its people, and its places . ;and in 1515 the head ofPeter Moffat, anegreit swerer and thief,was spiked in the sameplace, after the reinsof government were assumed by John Duke of Albany. ( Diurnal ofOccurrents.) In the same year it was ordained by the magis-trates and council that only three of the city gateswere to be open daily, viz., the West Port, NetherBow, and the Kirk-of-Field—and na ma. Andilk port to haif twa porteris daylie quhill myLord Governoures hame coming. [Albany wasthen on the Borders, putting down Lord Homesrebellion.] And thir
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